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I have been working at Bain & Company full-time (More than 3 years)
- People at Bain are top notch
- Interesting work
- Culture is great, without being too overwhelming / in your face
- Seems to be a real focus on diversity, although more progress is needed
- You can make it what you want
- Exit opportunities are exceptional
- As with all project-based work, projects are variable - can get stuck with a bad workstream or project for a couple of months
- Can get 'stuck' at a certain development level if supervisor isn't focused on your success
- Pay feels low at times given the number of hours worked
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Bain & Company.
The interview was friendly and consisted of some personal (leadership, experience, etc.) questions and cases. The cases were interesting and novel, and the interviewers seemed to really want to get to know me. They were also open about their experiences at the firm.